Alfred and Jerzy are brothers. Their father always advises them to cooperate but the brothers who run their business together are always in discord like Cain and Abel, each insisting on his own position. On a train ride, the brothers witness a young woman getting sexually harassed. Jerzy, the youngest, defends the girl and faces the robbers while Alfred stays behind, indifferent yet scared by the situation. But things get out of hand and Jerzy is thrown out of the moving train without Alfred being able to do anything about it. He is denounced by the family and friends for having just stood by and watched Jerzy’s accident. Alfred becomes consumed with guilt.
Greg Zgliński (b. 1968 in Warsaw, Poland) is a writer, a director, a cameraman, and a film producer, as well as an editor and a composer of film music. He lived in Switzerland in 1978-92 and has lived in Ůódę since 1992. He studied in Australia and Switzerland, and graduated in directing from the Ůódę Film School. In Zurich, he has been the leader, guitarist and bass player of the rock groups "Incognito", "Far Beyond" and "Downunder". Since 1996 he has managed production company "Far Beyond Film". He is the winner of the Swiss Ministry of Culture and Art Award for the short film "Before Dusk" (1997) and many festival awards, including the award for best directing debut at the Gdynia Film Festival.
Filmography: "Outtime" (1987, short), "Rummel" (1987, short), "Confusion" (1989, short), "Sputnik" (1992, short), "QB" (1993, doc), "To Overcome a Mountain" (1994, doc), "Guilt" (1994, short), "Before Dusk" (1997, short), "The Life of Lodz" (1997, doc), "On His Resemblance" (2001, TV), "One Long Winter without Fire" (2004), "Courage" (2011, "Kino pavasaris").
Gdynia Film Festival, Warsaw International Film Festival, Talinn Film Festival
- Year: 2011
- Country: Poland
- Runtime: 88 min.
- Director: Greg Zglinski
- Screenwriters: Janusz Marganski, Greg Zglinski
- Actors: Robert Wieckiewicz, Gabriela Muskala, Lukasz Simlat, Marian Dziedziel, Anna Tomaszewska
- Producer: Jacek Gawryszczak
- Cinematographer: Witold Plociennik
- Company: Opus Film
- Dialogs: Polish
- Subtitles: Lithuanian, English
- Classification: N-16
- IMDB rating: 6.9